For many years travel for me was all about adventure. There was no final destination. The road itself was worth travelling for. Exploring the world, watching sunset over incredible landscape, learning a way of life of a far away country, smelling its air, eating local food, talking to locals, living like a local. Traveling independently without fixed plans and dates I learnt not to squeeze into an itinerary major tourist sites and attractions. Instead, gradually, I’ve got interested in visiting off the beaten path places, where ethnic minorities managed to preserve their culture and traditional way of living. I realized that it were them, the people I met, who made my travel experience so precious and unforgettable. Meeting indigenous people living in remote places, listening their stories and taking photos of them became the most inspiring part of my journey.